Taking Care of Business

Business cards are great. It's so much better to give someone your card than to scrawl your email address on the back of a crumpled receipt for tamp
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Business cards are great. It's so much better to give someone your card than to scrawl your email address on the back of a crumpled receipt for tamp
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Business cards are great. It's so much better to give someone your card than to scrawl your email address on the back of a crumpled receipt for tampons from Duane Reade. But what if the stingy jerks at your job won't give you your own cards? (editor's note: for the record, Alison has her own business cards. -- Faran). You could make your own cards using the printer at work. But let's face it - you don't even know how to change the settings on the printer to print things sideways, let alone deal with a different paper stock and whatnot. No one does. And don't you have work to do or something? That's why we recommend these "Stop Talking" business cards designed by Allison Riley. The cards are $8 and you can buy them online. They are so incredibly bitchy that they are virtually guaranteed to make people remember you, even if they don't know your email address or name! Perfect for Fashion Week. --ALISON COOL